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日本語でどうぞ。よろしくお願いします!


Mar
24
comment Difference between って and は as topic marker
I feel like if someone were to ask me out of the blue, 新宿ってどこにある? would be the more common way
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory what does てやる mean when it is not used for giving?
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory How do you say “just curious” or “out of curiosity”?
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory Kanji question: the onyomi of 江 is found
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory 火の車 Where did it come from
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory using 〜ば〜ほど with adverbs
Mar
24
reviewed Excellent How do I say: I am on parental leave
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory how did 公 (こう) come to be derogatory
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory Meaning of あります in the following sentences
Mar
24
reviewed Excellent Relative clauses distinguishing whom/with which/that
Mar
24
reviewed Satisfactory Using negative verb forms with はず
Mar
20
comment causative passive potential form
@user3408758 If you have an additional question why don't you try posting it as its own question separately?
Mar
18
comment 無茶 - “bad tea” = absurd; unreasonable
@VictorySaber It's usually written in kana. You'll sometimes see the kanji aroud, though, often in the compound 無茶苦茶
Mar
17
reviewed Edit What does 私たち imply?
Mar
17
revised What does 私たち imply?
grammatical correction to example sentence
Mar
17
answered 無茶 - “bad tea” = absurd; unreasonable
Mar
17
revised Having a little trouble understanding the meaning of this particular sentence. Could anyone please help me out?
added 247 characters in body
Mar
17
comment Having a little trouble understanding the meaning of this particular sentence. Could anyone please help me out?
Do you have a more specific question you might be able to ask about it?
Mar
14
comment 知る vs わかる and when to use が and を in “how to” questions
@MorningCoffee It will probably take a long time to get a solid understanding of the difference, so for now just try to remember that 分かる uses が and 知る uses を!
Mar
14
answered “Seemingly cute” - かわいい + 〜そう